Whether it’s to suggest challenges at your level or to take you on a great multi-pitch adventure, our instructors are ready to tailor a day of climbing to your level, your goals and your preferences.

If you want to improve your technique at your own pace and in a personalized way, a private course will be the solution for you (rope climbing, first line or self-rescue).


To reserve, click here and select your date

Rate (before taxes)

  • 485 per monitor
  • 385 per monitor

This special private rate cannot be combined with any other discount.

Our usual sites for these private days are; the Silver Mountain and the wall of the Jean-Drapeau park in Montreal. We can travel to other sites, but travel fees apply ($0.50 per km from the silver mountain).

The day includes:

  • AGMA or FQME cerified instructor
  • Climbing equipment

The day does not include :

  • Tip for your instructor
  • Entrance fees to the chosen climbing site

Prerequisites: None

Course of the day (typical schedule, departure time may vary):

  • 9am: Meeting point at the climbing site
  • 9:30 am : Technical training and demonstration
  • 10h30-15h30 : Supervised climbing and instructor’s comments
  • 16h : End of the climbing and return
  • 16h30 : Departure

Examples of guided ice climbind day:

  • Pinacle (Gringalet, 120m, III, 4), Eastern townships
  • Lac Sylvère (Lettonie, 50m, I, 3+) and other routes if time allowed, Saint-Donat, Lanaudière
  • Shawbridge (Petit Eiger, 60m, I, 3+)and other routes if time allowed , Laurentides
  • Mont Barrière (Voyage Imaginaire, 120m, II, 3 and Champs de Choux-Fleurs, 60m, II 5 à 5+), Sainte-Émélie de l’Énergie, Lanaudière
  • La Mer de Glace (200 à 280m III, 3+ à 4+), Saint-Raymond-de-Portneuf
  • Small is Beautiful (130m, III, 4+),  Saint-Raymond-de-Portneuf
  • Topaze (150m, III, 4), Haute-Mauricie
  • Smuggler’s Notch (Hidden Gully – alpine, 5 pitches, I, 3), Vermont State
  • Mont Webster (Shoe String Gully, 6 pitches, III, 3, 5.5),  New Hampshire State, almost 800 m of climbing
  • Giant Mountain (Roaring Brook Falls, 3 pitches, I, 3+), New York State
  • Mont Willard (Cinema Gully – alpine, 3 pitches, II, 2 and follow by Cauliflower Gully, 3, II 1 or 2 pitches), New Hampshire State

Date changes, cancellations and refunds

Read pour policies here.

Contact us for any question

438-871-7133 or operations@lalibertenordsud.com

Personal equipment to bring

  • Lunch and snacks
  • 1 liter of water or hot beverage
  • Synthetic clothing (which dries quickly) as a first layer
  • Fleece jacket
  • Windbreaker, soft shell or waterproof jacket
  • Down coat (sleeveless or not – recommended) – to keep you warm when we are not moving
  • Backpack (30-40 litres)
  • Tuque (avoid ponpon tuques, they don’t work with helmets), scarf, mittens and gloves (2 pairs)
  • Old snow or outdoor pants (the risk of piercing the pants with crampons is high)
  • Guêtres (recommandés pour protéger les pantalons)
  • Une paire de bas chauds
  • Change of clothes for the way back
  • Lip balm and sunscreen
  • Lunettes de soleil ou de ski
  • Camera

Personal OPTIONAL equipment to bring (in our opinion and for your safety, you should always have these items with you when venturing outdoors):

  • Basic first aid kit
  • flashlight



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